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on the ground here in indiana. and across the tornado zone. dozens are dead, entire towns destroyed. tonight, amid widespread devastation from the massive outbreak of storms, incredible stories of survival. >>> also tonight, rush limbaugh apologizes. what he's now saying about his crude tirade against a woman that set off a fire storm. >>> hold the phone, american troops crying foul. why they say they're being ripped off while making that rare call home. >>> and the salute. from 3-year-old john john to his fallen father, remembering the man behind one of the iconic images of our time. captions paid for by nbc-universal television. >>> good evening. all around me as far as the eye can see, a tattered landscape littered with the remnants of people's lives. this is henryville. officials say it was likely an ef-4 tornado that struck here. this is one of the hardest hit places from the parade of punishing tornadoes that went up and down the country from the great lakes down to the gulf yesterday. all told, more than 100 reports of tornados since yesterday. that's more than we would typically see
tornadoes that plowed through indiana at 175 miles per hour. this as a 2-year-old girl is found alone in a field. the only survivor in her family. a young symbol of hope against a backdrop of destruction and despair. >>> murder mystery. a handyman is arrested in connection with the death of a wealthy detroit woman. but while he's confessed to having a role in the crime, he says he did not work alone. >>> and i sincerely apologize. in a surprising show of remorse, radio host rush limbaugh apologizes for his remarks against a georgetown law student. what may have brought about his change of heart? we'll get some insight "today," change of heart? we'll get some insight "today," sunday, march 4th, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, and welcome to "today" on a sunday morning. i'm lester holt in henryville, indiana. >> and i'm jenna wolfe, along with carl quintanilla inside studio 1a. so here's the latest now on the storm aftermath. 37 people are confirmed dead, including 20 in kentucky, 12 in indiana, and 3 in ohio. >> national weather service says the fo
>>> on this sunday night from the storm zone in indiana, the recovery. after that deadly wave of tornadoes. >>> plus, remarkable stories of survival and helping hands. the other first responders showing compassion and the kindness of strangers. >>> tough talk. president obama tells israel and time, but says he won't hesitate to use force against iran if necessary. >>> making the grade. a new way to teach the teachers the novel idea to help better educate our kids. >>> and, sweet success in black and white. tonight, celebrating a century with milk's favorite cookie. 6 captions paid for by nbc-universal television >> >>>good evening. tonight as more and more improbable stories of survival emerge from friday's tornado rampage, the word merckle iracl being used an awful lot. this house continued to stand, he is survived as the neighborhood around her sin disintegrated. look to the left, the only thing left of her neighbor's house and the front porch. on this side of the house, take a look, speaks for itself. the massive twitter that struck here in henryville, an ef-4 was the large
bearing down on henryville, indiana, yesterday. witnesses say the town is almost demolished. rescuers say one person here was killedth this are also incredible tales of survival. crews found a 2-year-old girl alive if had this indiana field last night. hospital officials say she is the om survivor of a family of five. at least 14 people in indiana died in the storm. >> the small town of west liberty, kentucky took a direct hit. and the death toll in that state stand as the 19. this is what the weather radar showed at the height of the storms. a band of severe weather from the gate lake to the gulf state >> one of the communities hardest hit is coloming to grip with the devastation and loss of life caused by the disruptive tornadoes. report craig boswell joins us live from marysville, indiana with more >> creag. >> reporter: ken, good evening to you and there is a path of destruction across the hoosier state. 14 confirmed fatalities. it's an unnerving scene, concrete slabs were home used to be. stay tuned homeowners are digging through what remains. >> you can't believe it until you se
, indiana. they say she is in critical condition tonight. a hospital spokes woman says both her parents, her 3-year-old brother and her sister were killed in the tornado. more than 100 tornados hit in 12 states this week. nbc bay area's jay gray is in one of the hardest hit communities in indiana. >> reporter: hey, there, diane. it's heart breaking stories that continue to unfold across the country right now. or at least the tornado alley here. the devastation stretches for miles here. and across 12 states. it's evidence of two violent attacks from mother nature over the span of three days. loss for many that's difficult to bear right now. a day after and the devastation is almost impossible to believe. >> tragic terrible. up with minute you're here and then you're gone. >> communities and lives ripped apart by a hundred tornadoes that touched down across a dozen states. the images of destruction tell the sad story better than any words might. kentucky, georgia, tennessee, and north carolina. deep, violent scars that stretch for miles. perhaps none more painful than here in the nation's hear
>> today indiana governor mitch daniels with the latest on the devastating tornado damage, and newt gingrich and ron paul on the countdown to super tuesday. it has been one of the worst storms ever. at least 38 people dead as mighty tornadoes roared through 12 states. in kentucky and indiana, some small towns were not just hit hard, but destroyed. and this morning, thousands of across the middle of america are trying to put their lives back together. we'll get the latest from governor mitch daniels who toured the hard hit state yesterday, and then turn to campaign 2012 with super tuesday 48 hours away. we'll hear from newt gingrich. can he rez rec his campaign yet again? >> i have to win georgia, i think, to be credible in the race. >> and then there's ron paul, yet to win a contest, but don't tell him that. >> the good news is we're doing very well in getting delegates. >> we'll talk to him too. this is face the nation. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> bob: good morning and welcome to "face the nation". what are you s
. >>> the hardest hit regions appear to be southern indiana and eastern kentucky and these pictures tell the story. this is a tornado that hit henryville, indiana yesterday. the storm killed at least one person and severely daniel damaged that city. >> one of the hardest hit communities is marysville, indiana, across the ohio refer from louisville, kentucky. reporter craig boswell is there with how people are lending a hand. >> reporter: ken, good evening to you. there is a path of destruction that stretches for miles across the hoosier state, 14 confirmed dead. in the tiny town of marysville, indiana, tornado survivors are shell-shocked. >> it's just unbelievable. the naked eye can't hardly see all the damage it really did do here. the whole place wiped out like that. >> reporter: the national weather service says the ef-4 tornado shredded this place and move on. it's back-breaking work sorting through the rubble, but stories are emerging, tales of the generosity of complete strangers. >> i had a guy pull in this morning and said you want us to take that tree off your house. we'll do for free
, indiana. we will have a live report from the scene in just about five minutes. >>> more than 10,000 california college student will be ralliesing at the state -- rallying at the state capital tomorrow, raising awareness about tuition hikes, upset about paying more money for higher education while fact and staff members are being laid off. students want governor brown to reject any budget deal that includes education cuts or tuition hikes and supporting raising funds with a proposed tax hike on the rich. >>> and turning to our campaign 2012 coverage, mitt romney has won the presidential caucuss in the state of washington. providing more momentum as he heads into super tuesday, which is about 48 hours from now. now, with the votes in in all precinct, romney has 38%. not an overwhelming majority, but ron paul came in 2nd with 25% and rick santorum with 24% and newt gingrich has only 10%. this weekend romney has been highlighting his business background. >> with job so is badly needed, and with incomes having gone down, we need a president who knows the economy to fix the econ
with the aftermath, those deadly tornadoes. this is what it looked like in communities from indiana to georgia. winds as strong as 200 miles per hour ripped through towns. at least 37 people are dead. as many as 17 million people were impacted by the storms. scores of injured people waking up in hospitals this morning. their homes and the homes of their neighbors gone. people now picking through the rubble to find anything they can salvage. president obama is offering federal assistance in the areas battered by the storms. in the little town of west liberty, kentucky, the town felt the full force of a tornado's 1 135-mile-per-hour winds. it leveled building, uprooted trees. cnn evers rob marciano is there getting the first look at some of the town's most extensive damage. rob, good morning to you. >> good morning, gary. they've finally got the roads cleared enough to where larger vehicles can get in here including obviously rescue and recovery vehicles and our satellite truck so we're getting now a first look at -- a live look at the main street. over my left shoulder you're seeing some demolished bu
tomorrow to search for any debris of lives before the storm. jay grey, nbc news, henryville, indiana. >> there are also stories of survival tonight. in se lemme, indiana, a 2-year-old girl was found ten miles from her home in the middle of the field. her house destroyed, her entire family gone. the child is in critical condition at an indiana hospital. and, a dramatic escape for a dozen students in henryville, indiana. officials there say school was dismissed early for bad weather. bus drivers noticed the storms and turned around. the kids got to safety just moments before winds picked up a bus and threw it into a building. chuck bell is in the storm center now with more on these storms. >> when it comes down to tornadoes, the most important thing that you're up against is the intensity of the storm itself. what do i mean by that? well, we rate tornadoes on the ef scale. and only one to two percent of all tornadoes that occur land in that top one or two categories there. only one or two percent are an f4 or an f5. but those type of storms represent 65% of all of the fatal days that w
populate by millions. the worst damage is centered in southern indiana and eastern kentucky. scott goldberg reports. >> reporter: throughout clarks county in southern indiana, the devastation is overwhelming and total. >> once again, mother nature deeding with indiana. >> entire communities, homes, schools, and businesses are gone. >> we lost it. and we're with you. it's not just government. this is their neighbors here to help. >> the friday twisters threatened millions of people from the gulf coast to the great lakes. the national weather service issued nearly 300 tornado warnings on friday, making it one of the worst days in u.s. history. and it wasn't over. thunderstorms rocked georgia this morning, bringing more damage. the twisters struck so quickly and with such force that many barely had time to get away. >> we thought we had 11 minutes and within two seconds it came through and blew the house off the foundation. >> in henrysville it lifted the roof of the school while the students were inside. >> if you walked through my car and through that hallway right there, we were just behind
through a dozen states. officials now say 37 people have been killed. 20 in kentucky, 12 in indiana. 3 in ohio and one each in alabama and georgia. and the national weather service says that the four tornadoes that hit kentucky were the worst in the region in some 24 years. this evening, we are hearing that the 2-year-old who z what found alive about 150 yards from her indiana home has died. we are in one of the hardest hit areas in indiana. >> reporter: sunday services at churches across the area were emotional. the church goers wiped away tears and hugged one another. >> what we're hearing is people who have lost everything, they are showing up to help their neighbors and friends and family. so i don't believe that there will be a loss. there is hope renewed. >> reporter: the nurse drove five hours from chicago to help. she went door to door checking on residents like june who said in the middle of the devastation, she feels blessed. >> look around you. there is a lot left. there is a lot left. >> reporter: the sheriff deputy delivered bottles of water. he helped people take shelter.
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's bad weather. a two-year-old girl was found alone lying in a field near her indiana home. fox's craig boswell is in mariesville with more on what that town is facing tonight. >> there's a path of destruction across the state, with more than a dozen dead, four of them killed just a few miles from where we are right now. >> in the tiny town of mariesville, indiana, they are shocked. >> a whole place like that. >> the national weather service says an ef4 tornado shredded this place, moved on, leveling a 52-mile long path. it's back breaking work, sorting through this rubble, but some are going it alone. stories are emerging, tails of the generosity of complete strangers. >> i had a guy pull in this morning, we'll do it for free. while they are cutting that, two guys walked up to me, want some water? want us to help you stack this brush? >> they are leaning on each other and sharing each other's stories of survival. >> she sad daddy, the roof is coming off the house. he said the phone went dead. >> that young lady made it out alone and john has put this deadly storm in perspective
a memory. for towns like henry felt, indiana, this is the new reality. homes wiped out and lives lost. >> the randomness of a tornado is amazing. one home destroyed, one is not, one person dies, one does not. >> stairs leading to nowhere is a sign of the ferocious fault -- the ferocious feet. from texas to indiana, kentucky and georgia. 17th million people were in the deadly path. >> you could hear people praying, god, let us get through this. >> in the hours after the terror came stories of survival. >> we were in the core of the building when a tornado had hit. no one was injured. >> something to be thankful for despite the devastation. entire neighborhoods are flat and the spirits are strong. >> we have a lot of good friends, we still have our family. what more could we ask for? some >> people that live here are resilience, god-fearing in the tough. we are knocked down but we're not knocked out. its costs >> equipment is already in place to clear away with the storms knocked down. another town's small and population, but big its determination to come back from this disaster. >>
on its destructive path today. these pictures from indiana. another ten twisters reported across the southeast late today. the newest threat comes after those images out of the nation's heartland, that indiana high school shredded in henryville. a school bus hurled across the street and from ohio, this father carrying his 9-month-old, from what's left of their neighborhood, their home gone. survivor hugging his dog, grateful they both survived. the toll is going up. at least 38 people killed, thins hundreds injured. we're now at 108 reported tornados from this system alone. millions of americans across 11 states from the gulf coast to ohio valley. hit by twisters and for so many, frightening sounds they will never forget. the sirens followed by those winds. our team tonight reports in from across the disaster zone. meteorologist zinger zee starts us off in henryville, indiana with late-breaking if yous about the twisters there, and its intensity. >> reporter: good evening, david, good evening, everyone. the national weather service coming out with its rating an ef-4 tornado, wind
people in five states. a pair of tornadoes destroyed the town of harryville, indiana. we'll have a live report from that scene in about five minutes. >>> more than 10,000 college students will rally at the state capitol tomorrow. they held occupy education events on thursday. they are upset about having to pay more money for higher education while more faculty and staff members are being laid off. students want governor brown to reject any budget deal that includes education cut or tuition hikes. they also support raising funds with proposed tax hikes on the rich. >>> now on to national headlines, we'll turn to our campaign 2012 coverage. mitt romney has won the caucuses in the state of washington, but not by the majority, providing questions for you. more questions about the momentum as he heads into super tuesday in about 48 hours from now. >>> with the vote in all precincts now counted, romney has 38%. ron paul is second in washington with 25% and rick santorum is a close third with 24%. while newt gingrich is further back with 10%. now this weekend, romney has been highlighting his
. this video like the first one shot in henryville, indiana. all told at least 37 people are dead. the number of missing are impossible to know right now. i'm don lemon thank you for joining us in the cnn newsroom. i want to bring in meteorologist jackie jarris. first the video from the gas station. >> you can see the debris within that funnel. it's amazing to think how close they must have been to that tornado and feeling the impact and that sucking in as air rushes into the tornado. there you can see in the middle that swirling around that's debris. we think there might be one or two vortices. this was in an intense cation stage. and the i-reporter video from kevin wells. >> can we listen to it a little bit more and talk about it? >> i have friends over there. >> [ bleep ]. >> jackie that is so frightening. kevin will join us live in a little bit. this is incredible video. >> we have new information in this hour that that tornado was an ef-4. it is one of the strongest tornados ever recorded in the top 2%. winds between 166 to 200 miles per hour. that can cause massive devastation. look at
tell it hit the school with all of the turbulence. >> life in henryville, indiana may never be the same. you can say that about so many communities in the path of these storms. at least 37 people have died. 14 of them were in indiana. and we learned that the tornado that hit henryville was an ef-4. that means sustained winds up to 200 miles per hour, we're talking nascar speeds here. it cut a path 52 miles long and it was as wide as 1 1/2 football fields. the damage, of course, is catastrophic. about 180 miles away, another town is obliterated. west liberty, kentucky. an ef-3 blew through the heart of this small town. winds were as high as 165 miles per hour. it seems no building was spared. the roofs are peeled off some. others were blasted to the ground. kentucky got some of the worst of it. 18 people died there. let's meet some of the brave people of henryville now. there a twister took away a family's home, but took a father, a dad. >> reporter: here in clark county, indiana, in henryville, only one person didn't survive that killer tornado. he's 64-year-old wayne hunter. this is th
against the clock to find survivors still stuck in this rubble. we're live in indiana with the latest. >> dave: and mitt romney steals another victory taking the washington state caucuses. is this the momentum he needs just two days before super tuesday, clayton? >> thank you, dave. the next time you want to fly you may want to listen to your flight attendant and turn off your cell phone. how a passenger's blackberry causes chaos in the sky. are you paying attention? ♪ >> good morning, everybody, thanks for waking up early with us, we know you want to know what happened through the midwest and the south. we begin with a fox news weather alert, the death toll from the twister outbreak is up to 38 people, and towns have been leveled and people's lives were destroyed in a blink of an eye. >> we looked through the back window in the basement and see the debris flying by and when it was done i, walked in the front porch and told the neighbor he'd lost his building. >> that man describing what he went through in piner, kentucky and we're hearing similar stories from all over the south an
of tornadoes right there. this is in indiana. more than 100 struck across nine states. here is report from one of the hardest hit areas, henryville, indiana. >> the streets and so many homes were empty. a curfew kept the 2,000 residents from a safe distance from the downed power lines and debris. >> at this time we are shifting gears. we're actually turning what we call the cleanup mode. >> the tornado brought winds 175 miles an hour and ripped the roof off the high school. 11 students that hid in the principal's office survived. so did gina scott who works there. >> really, honestly i didn't expect to look like this when we opened up the door. >> three hours to the east, this is what is left of west liberty kentucky after another twister. >> about a mile and a half came through town. >> a doze tornadoes, part of the same system that brought hundred tornadoes through the midsection through the ohio valley and gulf coast. >> the only thing we have. >> it's an alert. >> cellphone warnings saved people that have to recover from the second tornado in less than a year. back in henryville, a restaur
in indiana, the only -- a populatoddler was found in a field in indiana, the only member of her family to survive. we begin in henryville, indiana. >> this is the aftermath of the ef-4 tornado. the town of henryville, you have to look hard to find a building with all four walls and roof. the storm was clocked at 175 m.p.h. and tomorrow the tedious clean-up begins. in henryville, they knew something was coming, but no storm warning could prepare the small town for this. >> you could hear the wind, the flashes of light. >> the tornado came through so quickly, this woman was not able to escape the high school where she worked. she hobbled with her son and 10 other students in the principal's office while the roof was ripped away. >> we are all alive. that is all that matters. >> the twister that came through kentucky is one of dozens, part of a system that brought 100 portis through the country's midsection, from the ohio valley to the gulf coast. >> we had no power, no remote radio, nothing. the only thing we had was our phone. >> in alabama cell phone warnings to save the people who hav
the 14-month-old girl who made national headlines after being found alone in an indiana field has died. angel babcock had been the only member of her immediate family to survive. sandra has the latest on the cleanup and recovery. a lot of amazing stories out there tonight. >> absolutely. and some tragic ones, as you just mentioned. obviously very sad that baby angel has passed away. the death toll now is confirmed at 38 in total from these advantagic tornados. but give you a sense of what it's like out here, here in west liberty, this is much of what main street looks like. and it looks like a war zone. you can see the buildings just torn apart and cars blown out. and despite all this destruction that we're seeing, we're also seeing communities come together. millions of people from indiana to georgia were affected by the deadly outbreak of storms that hit friday and lasted through saturday. in henryville, indiana it was sunday mass as usual at st. francis catholic church next door to the public school in ruins. preschoolteacher vicky warren
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the deep south and midwest. the storms killed 38 people alabama, georgia, indiana, kentucky ohio it is an extreme case of deja vu in northern alabama, 240 people were killed last april residents have spent the last 11 months recovering some homes rebuilt are in pieces again. >>> in indiana rescue teams are going door to door looking for survivors some towns have been completely wiped off the map. tucker barnes shows us the damage in the town of marysville. >> reporter: there is a new reality here in marysville indiana a town ravaged by friday's violent tornado outbreak. concrete slabs were homes used to be some just splintered shells. stunned homeowners are digging through what remains. >> you can't believe it until you see it with your eyes. it is heart breaking. >> reporter: this amateur video was shot friday. those who saw it say the funnel cloud moving east ward grew by the minute >> i couldn't even take cover it was mesmerizing and scary. >> reporter: storms cut a path of destruction across the hoosier state killing more than a dozen people. back in marysville the sound of
intervention live to see another day. we begin in henryville, indiana one of the hardest-hit communities. if you're this close, run to the safest place or it could be the last thing you see. lucky the i-reporter who shot this video did survive. >> [ bleep ]. we got to get in the house. that was [ bleep ]. look at that. holy -- my god. my friend lives right over there, too. oh, god. come on, nick. that is nuts. [ bleep ]. >> same town, same storm, but a different man who has to duck into a gas station for cover. a fiercesome sight of a swirling mass closeby tearing up the landscape. he says he was driving when the massive twister started bearing down. he barely got off the road in time and picked the right place to hold up. >> the vehicles on 160 were turned over in front of us. we saw the marathon station across the street completely leveled. nothing left of it. it then kept moving to the east, and then you could tell it hit the school with all of the t turbulence. >> life in henryville, indiana may never be the same, and you can say that about so many communities in the path of these ex
of the tornadoes that destroyed parts of southern indiana. some who survive reasonable doubt reliving the horror while others are reaching out to help their neighbors. >> once there is a sense of order it is easier to heal. when it is so crazy messy it is just -- overwhelming. it is just too hard. emotionally to be able to function. >> whole entire life, 27 years, my wife, my daughters is gone. i have people -- helping us look for stuff. >> your house picked up and moved. >> yes. oz." costello is live in indiana. i will tell you, if only "wizard of oz." that would have just been fable, just a story. alex. marysville, indiana. that gentleman that talked about his whole life is strewn about the field. take a look behind me. this is the heartwarming thing i would say, you know, for those of us that cover disasters, america always does this. it always agents very quickly. take a look behind me. 24 hours or a little more than 24 hours later, you now have heavy machinery that moved in. there's nothing left of marysville, indiana. walk over here. i found this particularly heartwarming. this pile here,
the nation's heartland. >> at least 38 people have died. you can see one of the tornadoes in indiana in this video. more than 100 struck across nine states. scott goldberg reports from one of the hardest hits area, henrysville, indiana. >> in henryville, indiana, they knew something was coming but nothing could prepare them for this. >> you could hear the wind, the flashes of light. >> the tornado rolled through so quickly, gina didn't have time to escape the high school where she works. she huddled with her son and ten other students in the principal's office while the roof was ripped away. >> we're all alive. >> reporter: this used to be west liberty, kentucky. the twister that came through is part of a system that brought 100 tornadoes from the ohio valley to the gulf cores. >> if we hadn't had the phone service, because we food power, no remote radio or anything like that. the only thing we had was our phones. >> reporter: in alabama, cell phone warnings saved people who now have to recover from their second tornado in less than a year. other stores survival just sound lucky, lik
of several to hit ss far 40-people have died..... and tonightt craig boswell is in marysville indiana where this twister wiped it off the map. map. boswell on cam top:familles here in marysville are sharing survvvor stories, while neighboring communities are mourning those who werr lost. forever it ll happened in a matter of moments.there's a new reaaity... here in marysville, indiana.a town ravaged by friiay's violent tornndo outbreak.it's an unnerving scene --- concrete slabs, where homes áusedá to be.some, just splinnered shells.stunned homeowners are digging thrrugh what remains. berniece andrews says: "yyu can't believe it ntil you see it with your eyes - just heartbreaking - hope nobody's under this rubbll."this amateur video -- was ssoo friday in pekin, indiana.those who saw it say the giant ssemed to grow in size by the miiute.snede says: "i couldn't take my eyes off of it, i couldn't even take cover. it was mesmerizing and scary at the same time."storms cut hoosier sttte...killing more than a dozen people.back in marysville, the sound of chainsaws are echoing across thi
indiana to georgia. at least 37 people are dead. now the focus has changed and survivors, scores of jurtd people are waking up in hospitals this morning. their homes and the homes of their neighbors are gone. people are now picking through the rubble to find anything they can salvage. officials in west liberty, kentucky, say they are thankful the damage wasn't worse, even as the town was devastated by 135-mile-per-hour winds and one reported death. rob marciano getting a look at some of west liberty's hardest hit areas. good morning to you. tell us what you are seeing today. >> well, gary, finally today they have been able to clear the main roads enough to where larger vehicles can get through, including trucks carrying power poles, emergency crews, and for the first time we're able to show you these pictures life and over my shoulder. that tells you the story. some well built brick and mortar commercial buildings torn p like really i've never seen it. an ef-3 tornado coming through here with winds at 140 miles per hour. not that building, but the bank has been here for 100 years. that bu
in indiana where the girl was found. susan, so sad to hear this news. you have gotten a chance and you have spoken exclusively to the man who found her as we were getting this sad information. >> reporter: it is, indeed, so sad, especially because this really is a case and a story that captured everyone's heart. i think everyone that had heard about this family and little angel had been pulling for her at least to be, as you said, a symbol of hope, of survival. but now it appears that her injuries were just too much for that little one to overcome, and the family made a very difficult decision quite clearly. but i'm standing here, don, in the debris field, the aftermath of that tornado where it all happened. this twister when it came in on friday hit a field behind me. you can see where mainly mobile homes were located and the babcock family lived there, a family of five. a husband, a father and mother, ages 20, 21, and their three children. and a neighbor by the name of jason miller had convinced them to come hofover from their smal trailer to his double wide to take shelter. they hunkered
, nbc news, henryville, indiana. >> through all the death and destruction, there are also stories of survival. a 2-year-old was found wandering in a field in salem, indiana. her entire family was killed in the tornadoes and her home was destroyed. the little girl is currently in critical condition and the hospital is taking donations to help her out. >>> the red cross responded immediately to the devastation, opening new centers in 11 states to help those affected by the tornadoes. in fact, news4's derrick ward joins us live from the red cross on east-west highway in silver spring, maryland. derrick, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. as is often and always, really, in the aftermath of the devastation like we're seeing with those tornadoes, there are those heart-wrenching stories of loss and harrowing stories of survival, like that toddler. well, now it is time to turn that empathy into action. take a look at that scene. 39 people dead across indiana, kentucky, alabama, georgia, ohio, tennessee, and estimates are that about 95 twisters actually did touch down. and the
a graveyard. this tornado went 52 miles from holland, indiana, all of the way into ohio. that's 52 miles where we're finding stories of survival. new video of that massive twister as it careens towards this small town. we know now that it was a powerful ef-4, packing winds of 175 miles per hour, and in these new images, the town just moments after impact. >> we just had a huge tornado come through. we're in henryville, indiana. >> reporter: the view from the air, shocking. where there were whole neighborhoods, there's now nothing. >> three older brothers. lot of memories. >> you work hard for something. you lose it in ten minutes. >> reporter: across this town the search for survivors continue. if there's one common theme in this community, it's the image of yellow school buses tossed everywhere. he drove school buses every day. but this friday it was different. >> tornado weather, you can't do anything about it. it's going to do what it wants. >> reporter: did you have a feeling? >> yeah, it wasn't good. >> reporter: green set out to finish his bus route, but with three kids left, including h
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